If there's anything fashion princess Dylan Lauren loves more than candy, it's animals. Last weekend, in an effort to raise awareness for adoption, Dylan's Candy Bar hosted a chic dog rescue event in Union Square, filled with adorable pups looking for homes as well as some very stylish A-listers.
Forget Paris - New York City is the sexiest city in the world. We mean, where else can you go on a different Tinder date every night of the week, with each a member of a completely separate dating pool? With so many opportunities for romantic first kisses and steamy makeout sessions, you're going to need options in optimal spots. Make this your summer kissing bucket list.
Don't spend this weekend online-shopping in bed or at some lame party where you'll down three gin and tonics and then drunk text that guy from ninth grade summer camp. Get out of the city instead. In this bubble, it's easy to forget that there are people whose lives don't revolve around green juice, soul cycle, or investment banking. Visit a lake, go antiquing, or reenact everyone's least favorite Tim Burton film.
Warm weather brings all the best things: park picnics, outdoor brunches, rooftop parties, the list goes on and on. But one of the simplest pleasures is just strolling the city streets and taking in some "fresh" air. Make sure you're walking in style and comfort with these chic sneakers that will go perfectly with whatever's in your closet.
Yesterday the city was full of people showing off their school colors, walking around the city in purple, and red, and light blue caps and gowns following their graduation ceremonies. Always ones to go against the grain, The Bruce High Quality Foundation chose this day, intentionally or not, to host their annual benefit and celebrate the launch of their new alternative MFA program, MFU.
Sure, we've all made brief and unexpected eye contact with a sexy stranger sitting across from us on the uptown 6 train, or have earnestly ached to say something to the adorable hipster reading Infinite Jest on the L - if only to brag that you, too, have read it (well, mostly). But those romantic moments are just as fleeting as the rats on the subway tracks; he'll jump up and run through those automatic doors just as you've begun naming your third child. Le sigh.
We are in the midst of springtime and you know what that means: time to get rid of the old and bring in the new. Or, do a little bit of both. Vintage stores have so much to offer and many of their treasures can be found at the craziest inexpensive prices. Click through for some of NYC's best.
Who doesn't wish they can go back and relive their prom night? Perhaps do it up a little jazzier? Get a little bit more glamorous? Well, this is your chance. The Lower Eastside Girls Club's annual Spring Fling Benefit is taking over the Bowery Hotel for one night to reimagine that fabled high school dance - this time, for a cause.
The Soho we know today gives off an exclusive air, chock-full of upscale boutiques, high-end shopping chains, and revamped artist’s lofts. However, with contemporary artist Harif Guzman’s semi-recent founding of the SoHo Arts Club, this lower-Manhattan neighborhood is taking hints from its more creative, avant-garde past. The SoHo Arts Club has made a home of Andy Warhol’s once-reclusive loft at 76 Wooster Street, becoming an it-spot for collaboration in art, design, fashion and film.